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>>and thanks for joininus for the finest that day you fridays a great day, thank you for joining us, i'm james fletcher we got john travel on whether this morning, robin winston keeping an eye on the commute hopefully our problems at this early hour looking good is it too much to ask folks to sh a little bit extra love today on my only request no hot water, no crashes that asking too much no i think that's a good on make that happen if we work a ttle more never start there instead of a you know thing as someone on the catch you up yeah, you can just throw little amount pretty good weather. yes, we are going to stay dry today and even though this morning a little bit of cloud cover ths afternoon is going to bring lot of sunshine and that is going to be some good weatherto maybe get outside and go to the park or something with the one you love, but do not forget your
sweater, your jacket because it is a little on the cooler side for your ytime highs certainly a lot cooler than we were to start the week looking out there this morng, there's your cloud cover overhead it's not in the form of fog though vibility is holding up just fine as you drive into work. >>you are encountering much if any fog except as you head up into hilly spots that are well above the bay, but those of you that are driving right across our bridges, you ar crystal clear good to go all the way through the morning temperatures in the 40's and 50's right now with san mateo redwood city berkeley valais how all of 48 degrees oakland-alameda down through hayward each in the low 50's definitely not a bad start you just got to get the light jacket on that sweater and might want to keep it on through the rest of the day daytime highs today still nice and seasonable if not a little above average in the low 60's to the mid 60's, robin alright, we're checking in on the traffic heading in san francisco on fridays we normally get a break if nothing major. >>happens or pops up and so
far we're in pretty good condition, so 80 west looks good we're off to a quiet start a great trip across the upper deck. >>no problems for you in downtown san francisco, 9 minutes and easy average off to fremont street, here's a peek at highway 4 which still at the limit their contra costa county they're wie open on the nimitz with no problems for your southbound trip and then from the south bay to the peninsula. we're looking good 26 minutes for north one oh one from san jose to menlo park james darya thanks a lot rob and fher to our top story students and to san jose schools are going to haveto find a new place to go to class this semester ter the of hill and laurel wood elementary schools, they are tran. ng down kron four's will >>live in san jose with the story well. james i'm in front of dove hill right behind me and once the kids go to class today and the parents arrive of course, we'll get reaction but both of them. >>got a crash course in economics from the school district the evergreen school
district saying $12 million that was a price they were not willing to pay to keep downhill and laura wood elementary open. so they decided last night the school district the superintendent committee of 24 members as well as input from parents, they all decided that those schools simply too expensive to keep open. so the clock is ticking on the parents and the teachers of all of those schools. the good ws is it appears that the teachers will be transferred to other school district. it was going to be better for them that a lot of kids alreadykeepmove from a long ways just to get to the elementary so now they'll have a natul elementar that's a little bit closer to them and then they'll be in a better facility with larger classroom, so they can incorporate n educational techniques, the bottom line james and darya nothing new we've done this story throughout the bay area for years that school districts are facing all kinds of budget problems in this case they
were told to find million so they looked around and even said back in october that a couple schools could be on the chopping blocks and sure enough they made the decision. last night, i'm sure a lot of parents will be mad and some other parents who have to commute a long distance they probably will be relieved either way we will have reaction back to you. >>all right, thank you will. and 5 oh 4 we want to give you e big details this morning on the coronavirus the number of deaths and infections continues to rise in mainland china and we're learning more about the latest case in the united states, the 15th american patient was among a group of evacuees from china who landed at a texas military basearlier this month that patient developed a fever which spiked on tuesday and that patient later confirmed to have the coronavirus that person is n isolation right now at a hospital in san antonio. the cdc says that people may be spreading a
virus unknowingly many of the people who contract it never show symptoms be on a slight sore throat. >>there may be additional cases that we identify i do want to prepare you for that. they're still within the potential incubation period for coronavirus for people coming out of wuhan city and china. >>right now there are 8 confirmed cases in california including 2 in santa clara county. and some flights out of sfo to mainland china will continue. the department of transportation approved an adjusted flight plan which allows for travel from beijing to the u s but only on tuesdays thursdays fridays and sundays. the plan is in efft through march >>well business is slowing down of course in chinatown in san francisco, golden gate fortune cookie factory saw a drop of 70 to 80% in business
since the outbreak kron four's taylor's sacking now with a closer look. >>we have 50 years never happened. i have that in a stab at and never had a stab owner of going good fortune cookie factory kevin chan says business justhasn't been the same after fears of the coronavirus sprd the mous fresh cookie factory nestled in san francisco's chinatown. >>usually sees lines out the door but now chances business is down 70 to 80% in no money out 3 machine learning today only one machine one >>i don't want to make more cookie see january does not involving goal here is to make cookies and fresh every day that's why so many to come when i dot want to cook you just stack korea and never go because i don't know what is going and so is this in bailes couple months from now impacting the livelihood of these merchants chinese are much runs the because they want to move to the virus come china. so they might just don't dowith the chinese so they can lessen fact that. so
which is not fair and how some people treat the chinese community as a legitimate concern i think because you know started in china sold. >>they thing all chinese people carry this virus and which you know i don't thing we visitor sheila al says coronaviruscares aren't stopping her from shopping in chinatown notes, others will join her we cannot be fearful of andthe fires i illness whatever we have to live life. >>and just gone 7 ago time i'm safe. think on this just and support. >>enjoy. in san francisco. taylor bus aqi kron 4 news. >>meet a womawill soon be coming home to the bay area after she was stuck on a cruise ship in asia all because of the coronavirus fear. christina kirby is her name she tweeted out this photo from cambodia and
because of the fears of a coronavirus her cruise ship was told it couldn't doc anywhere. she and the other passengers were finally allowed off the ship in cambodia when they allow the vote to come in she says she's in good spirits. and boshe can't wait to get home. and we will be having a special next wednesday to please join us for that wednesday, 09:00am for kron 4 news special report on surviving the coronavirus we're going to take a closer look and how the virus spreads and what you need to do to protecyourself and we'll have a doctor live in studio to answer your questions about the coronavirus again that's wednesday at 09:00am. >>and there are safety concerns among bart passengers after a man was atcked on a train near oakland. take a look at pictures that we have of the attacker. he is now a been arrested, he's accused of hitting a passenger with a chain and then getting off at the lake merritt station writers say the crimes on bark trains regularly and that safety needs to be a bigger
priority. >>who beat somebody with the chain is not enough police there's not enough patrols and it's probably not enough information really for especially was rush hour. >>to help curb of the problem bart has launched its new bassador program they started that on monday with the. uniformed. and also plain clothes on arms patrols they're providing another layer of security. >>in the orth bay we have police now looking for a man wanted for a home burglary and this is video from monday. it shows a man kicking open the front door of the home their egos he then goes inside walks around and carry something from inde out to wherever he's going to be taking over this person is let police know they're looking for in this morning. santa rosa police meanwhile are lookg for a man who was reportedly standing near a school with a gun, someone tipped off police about the man at the intersection of west avenue and leon a drive that's right near shepherd accelerated elementary school. the school
was placed on lockdown yesterday police say the man wearing a faded red t shirt jeans and dark colored boots was spotted in the area, but they lost track of them if you think you know who this person is again calledolice. >>and see right her own crashed into a muni bus an hit 3 people on the sidewalk turns out was not driving under the influence. 62 year-old stephen kernan of san francisco is behind the wheel police arrested him for running a red light and causing that crash that happened at the corner of 23th and mission streets. one pedesian wastreated at the scene but the 2 others who were hit on the sidewalk they had to go to the hospital and underwent surgery. we don't have an update we just knew they were last in critical condition in the south bay to a homicide suspects are in custody after one of them was in a standoff with the police for nearly 12 hours as an update to a story we first covered yesterday morning here are pictures of the 2 men marcus henry and richard torres both resisted arrest and police used a k 9 to help
take them into custody. po to hendry was barricaded in his home in san jose. before he was arrested the men are suspected of shooting and killing richard when at clayton road and square e drive last month. >>also in the south where we have sent a clear sheriff' deputies arrested 22 year-old ozuna ramos for felony vandalism and burglary. he caused $1300 in damage to a car and then stole $3,000 worth of shoes from a home. investigators found him with burglary tools and narcotics. with california's presidential primary just over 2 weeks away some of the top democratic presidential candidates will be coming to the bay area today, former mayor of south bend, indiana pete buttigieg will be here. he going to be at an event this morning in san francis. it will also be holding events in palo alto and sacramento today and then on monday senator bernie sanders will be in the space. >>he'll be attending a get out the vote rally enrichment. california voters on march 3rd
will be headinto the polls >>it's 5.11 and still ahead safely workers across the bay area might be going on strike we'll see how that will impact your trip to the grocery store. and outrage from families of murder victims as death row inmates are soon going to be allowed to request a prison transfer. and after the break a rare sight in the mdle of winter dolphins and whales feeding off the coast of monterey bay. and it is a cool morning a few clouds overhead but a pretty smooth drive into work overall 40's and 50's for your current temperatures, i' got your valentine's forecast to come. >>that's going to be a great trip into sanfrancisco for now your wide open at the bay bridge toll plaza withno
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>>all right check this out monterey bay hale watch captured video of northern right whales dolphins swimming in moderate taken here. they have the dorsal fin on their backs which kind of makes him distinct compared other dolphins, they were seen feeding on large baseball's of anchovies with several humpback whales, a marine biologist looks like singer, nice like to do show that school a pretty unusual to see dolphins like in the area for winter most compac whales and dolphins are down south in
the warm waters off mexico for the winter and then they come up to feed during the late spring and summer and through the fall, the fact that they're up here. i guess is a testament to how warm it's kind of a the skeeters we talked about all those cool to see and maybe it's a warning sign that the water is doesn't know what to make of throwing everybody all i've got some that are sprouting out now way a wall and it's a deal of my car then the mosquito that i love that yeah we could certainly use the rain as well some cooler temperatures february and even january 2 were quite warm months, yeah, and even though we saw little bit of rain in january that the so far this ebruary guys. >>so maybe march will turn things around but it's not looking like this next 7 days is at least staying dry and staying above average asfirst temperatures go to this is you look outside the east bay we do have cloud cover overhead but you can clearly see on the
horizon,no fog blocking out your view today and that's the way we're going to stay toda definitely some cloud cover to start but sunshine to finish and really continue to look at this breeze curing some cool air on shore. so that means temperatures of the coast. >>going to be a little bit cooler a lot of 50's right along the coastline. well, 60's will remain inland. today sunshine this afternoon we're going to see a lot more that tomorrow in fact tomorrow is going to be your warmest day of the weekend then sunday comes around a little bit cooler and a bit on the breezy side to is a cold front swings through not enough energy in this cold front to be seeing any sort of rain potential in the bay. no snow in mountains, thervantine day today expect 50's to mid 60's some morning clouds but plenty of afternoon sunshine. you see those 60's across most of the map today with oaklanat 61. hayward and fremont each at 63 tomorrow as i mentioned your warmest day of the weekend, a nice one as for sunday do expect some breezy conditions at times but not a bad day and
next week staying sunny staying dry. robin all right. thank you john let's check in on traffic now for those of you heading to work this morning, it's going to be a great trip for now across the san mateo bridge west 92 is one of our busiest bridges, but we don't have any problems are big trouble spots making it off to the peninsula. so you're looking at a 15 minute trip off 2, 1, to one 80 wesson to san francisco trouble free wide open at the toll plaza it's been smooth all morning, hopefully fingers crossed it'll stay that way at 9 minutes after fremont street we're checkinon traffic tracker some more numbers and freeways for you and they all look good the st shore freeway heading west. caldecott that's wide open he 5.80 it's going to be a quick trip from san leandro to downtown oakland and no problems for the minutes from to 38 to the maze star >>thanks a lot of 5.18 and later this month death row inmates in san quintin might be allowed to request a transfer to other prisons, yeah this was made possible by law that was passed by voters in 2016.
>>now families of victims are speaking out against it we have kron four's dan kerman with the story. >>from 66 was designed to speed up excutions. but it also had a provision to deal with complaints that it s very costly to house inmates at san quentin and the provision allowed death row inmates be housed at other prisons in the state the purpose of the parisian wa too. part of the cost of the death penalty and take away one of the arguments that the other side was using about cost as a reason toabolish the penalt. >>beginning this month death row inmates will be able to request transfers to one of 8 facilities approved by the department of correio if approved they can also apply to work and avail themsels of other rehab programs at the facility in sneak out victims themselves not to mention their families marc klaas ose daughter polly is killer is among those on death row opposes the transfer of ath row inmates. now gift is being given. >>to the individuals and kill
children they kill police to kill multiple individuals and that's the gift of being reintegrated into in general population in given the opportunity to participate in work programs in rehabilitation programs. and that makes no sense to me but scheidegger points out the transfers will save money. >>and the real issue remains the moratorium on the death >>the main problem again is the governor's abuse of power. was as misuse of a reprieve power for something that was never intended for. >>prop 66 also increases the amount of restitution from 50 that means if they do end up working. victims families will receive additional money. dan kerman kron 4 news. >>high speed rail business plan is frustrating lawmakers from both political parties. latest plan calls for an extra billion for the roject a
story we told you about yesterday morning. but his project already looking at an billion price tag how much higher can go e immediate plan includes completion of a line from bakersfield to merced said by 2022 and it hopes to ultimately connects san francisco to l a by 2033. high speed rail authority is citing inflation and a better costestimate for this latest bump in price tag. but valley and coastal lawmakers have different visions on how this money could be better spent. >>delay electrification of the central valley line use that money instead on already prioritized high speed rail projects in the bay area and los angeles i guess we have to accept a railad between bakersfield in. >>or sand or mud but the sooner this is ended the sooner they make central california hole. >>the high speed rail authority has until may to send a finalized vision a version of the plan to the legislature.
>>coming up on the kron 00:04am morningnews family calling for justice for nia wilson was stabbed at a bart station will have the latest on the trial in the and after the break, it's one year since the mudslide in sausalito that took a home and a woman inside with it what the city has to say out repairs to that hillside and let's take a live look here at the bay bridge. the getting is good right now get out there before everybody else does. mckissack and mckissack
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>>5.24 and in the north bay today marks one year since the mudslide in sausalito remember that home came crashing down in a one was inside it. and a land on top and a another house and the st bit of the debris was removed in noember, you can see it looks pretty good now. they put seed green protective netting up there. >>the city says that they think it's prared and it you know not happen again. they think will be good in the rain. >>we're talking about land movements and landslides there's a lot of factors that go into it and one of them is water. the other one is the steepness of the hillsides so sauce leaders pretty darned steep. but as far as lessons we want to make sure that we ha drainage systems that function correctly and convey water the way they need to be conveyed. >>that woman and house remember she was actually ok
which was amazing the next step is to put in a drainage system and as far as rebuildingthat's up to the property owners said the foundation's officials say appeared to be in place. so they could rebuild if they wa to. >>really puts it in perspective overlooking out last year when those torrential rainfalls are resulting in some of those landslides up in the north bay now we have just the officer problem latest drowned tractor least yesterday showing the return of abnormally dry conditions to the bay now the dry conditions actually do help with your flights as we make our way into the weekend ahead of us we don't have any delays out there whatsoever this morning and although there's some cloud cover overhead, it's sitting higher than it was yesterday so should interfere last with your flights in and out of the bay than even what we saw for your thursday as for temperatures in the sierra these next couple of days, it's looking like a warm and to continuously dry weekend to come. robin on top of that for
oneness smooth commute into work and we're looking good. the drive into san francisco is wide open and trouble free at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's been nice all morning so get on out there now if you have to get to work for it 9 minutes off to fremont street richmond sandra fell coming in trouble ee as well 7 minutes to the north bay. >>once again, no hot spots, no alerts just smooth sailing 6.80 south. but a call to danville and one on 1, 6, minutes brisbane to san francisco. james all right. thank you very much. >>robin still ahead here on the kron 4 morning news health officials are preparing for the worst case scenario is the coronavirus shows really no signs of stopping. as soon as i started talking about
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>>and we'rechecking the role and the weather for you on this friday morning hours and drugged and it's nice eat valentine's we have no trouble spots us a little bit of crowding on san mateo right all right. >>and yesterday we were doing quite a bit of fog wh's the story this morning. so this morning we do have cloud cover but it's it hire a ticket so you're not really running into it you'll see some gray skies this morning but visibility is going to be just fine you're driving into work. no areas out there that are going to cause you problems even the golden gate bridge is looking good you can see that you yesterday 40's and 50's for your current temperatures across the bay right now with 52 conquered europe, 49, san francisco and san mateo right there with sharing that same
number and by the afternoon ahead of us we will be looking at daytime highs ranging from the upper 50's at the coast to 60's elsewhere under some sunshine to look forward to robin all right, thank you let's check in on the traffic. we're taking a peek at westbound 92, it's going to be busy drive to the peninsula but not bad at all just some minor crowding here on westbound 92 as we see the brake lights fill in and quickly we're at 60 minutes to the peninsula over to the bay bridge, no delays or problems at all it is wide open into san francisco, the richmond sandra fell also friday like for now at 6 minutes off to one on one and i'll give you one more want to want to cross the golden gate smooth sailing in both directions into and out of san francisco darya around our big story this morning, another spike in corona virus reported cases in the chinese government says
over 1700 medical workers have been infected 6 have died. worldwide there are more than 64,000 confirmed cases with more than 1300 deaths, the cdc is worried that this is just the beginning with john lawrence now with the very latest. >>the centers for disease control and prevention is preparing for a worst case scenario. a widespread outbreak of the coronavirus in the us i think is this virus is probably with this. >>the on the season urban the thing on this year and i think eventually the virus will find a foothold and we will get community base transmission. the cdc says the disease can be spread by people who are showing symptoms you can start to think of it and then the sense bike. a seasonal flu and the only difference is we don't understand this fire simply seasonal flu. we pretty much understand how it close to 6 weeks ago the cdc offered to help china with its outbreak. but the chinese government hasn't responded i thinksome of the experts and they are public health team.
>>are quite disappnted and we thought there was better transparency coming out of china, but it doesn't appear to be there is no vaccine for the coronavirus right now we've had a very aggressive. >>approach to try to do or leak a sudden defecation d then isolation and contact tracing that's the able dust to contain this at this point and it also gives researchers more time to develop and test vaccines and anti viral drugs that could combat the disease. >>i'm john lawrence reporting. >>join us next wednesday at 09:00am for a kron 4 news special report on surviving the coronavirus we're going to take a closer look and hothe virus spreads and what you need to do to protect yourself. and we'll have a doctor live in studio to answer your questions about the coronavirus so mark it down and remember it, yeah, this coming wednesday. at 09:00am. accused of murdering nia wilson at an oakland bart
station was kicked out of court again after going on a profanity laced rant. john kowal took the stand for cross examination by the prosecution. but his testimony only lasted about 25 minues. he became combative and agitated when prosecutors played a video showing him attacking wilson. it began cursing and in the end had to be thrown out of the courtroom nielsen sister was there she spoke for the first time since the trial began. >>they want to project his feelings on we won't get answer the beat around goods. and you know and it's no to me is not being around the best way to the new yes >>size a >>well, it's not the first ti the cow has been forced to leave the courtroom during this trial. his attorney says that he suffers from schizophrenia and has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. >>on the penisula man tried
to lure a student who was walking to school in millbrae yesterday morning on poplar avenue not far from el camino real the high school student says that a man driving an older model orange or brown said dan stopped near of them and the drir then mention or motion for the student to come towards the car. and there was no conversation or other interaction after that, and no crime was committed but now police are reminding people to be aware of their surroundings. a similar situation in hillsborough and police released this sketch of a man who approached a student near crocker school monday morning. this man was sick in a gray or silver sedan and asked the student if he needed a ride if you recognize this man call the hillsborough police. police are warning the community about a rise in catalytic converterthefts particularly from the toyota prius thieves have targeted various parts of the city,
especially during the evening hours. and this rise in crime mirrors what's happening around the state. >>safeway shoppers may soon see picket lineoutside of various stores, the union representing workers has canceled its contract with safeway before contract negotiations broke down the union rejected an offer of a one $1.50 more per hour. wage increase. the union says workers also want and need more hours about 80% of positions are part-time and while that may suit students and younger workers. more opportunity for full time work they say is needed. while the full time. employees get 40 hours part-time employees are guaranteed only 24 hours so as you can tell. >>at a wage that isn't that decentyou can survive on 24 hours a week. >>about 15,000 workers across much of the bay area will be affected by this. safely released a statement saying that they're looking to work with the union to reach an agrement. in the east bay
arges against 2 moms for housing activists sent to supporters are being dropped the 4 were arrested during that january eviction of the oakland home. the alameda county district attorney decided in the end not to press charges. the attorney representing moms for housing says this was the right move. >>san francisco mayor lodon breed is expressing concern about a state plan to fix homelessness she's among many leaders at a budget meeting yesterday and traditionally local governments cities and counties are responsible for helping the homeless, but the governor is proposing a million one time payment. that would be distributed to regional directors who would decide w that money would be used. mayor breed says that a one time payment is not enough. >>ongoing funding is nessary to make a meaningful impa in the lives of people on the streets in this ongoing fundg will allow the cities and counties across the state to continue the programs. governor newsomalso prose
using vacant state properties and trailers as housing. >>and he created a strike team that will look for best practicesand ways to help ople who are homeless. 5.37 and still ahead on the kron 00:04am morning news, an extra special valentine's day for one purp heart recipient california. >>you might remember we told you that he got a lot of cards you get more done a lot now will have the tally and his reaction and a car goes airborne. hitting around about was that ramp. we'll have reaction from neighbors who were woken up by that crashed and. a rescue in the north bay, a driver veers off a cliff on highway one. we're going hear how a teenager helped him. >>and if your he now and about this morning you are doing so with some nice calm conditions weather not interrupting your travel plans on this valentine's day i get the details in your forecast. still ahead. i'm tracking that
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i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. >>them are back at 5 41 in the north bay incredible rescue on highway one near fort ross in sonoma county. and drove off 60 foot cliff, you see the car way down there. as wednesday morning a teenager was driving behind him and that teenager pulled over obviously right away he called for help and then he climbed down that hill to rescue the driver.
>>i freak out like got so files in just happened. i was like looking up to see happen to than hope not call for hope. there's there's no other cars at the same time it happened i proceed in a feel like a hero just feel like i was at the right place at the right time to help somne now and i hope others would've done the same. >>and wh you look at the car down at the bottom of the hill will probably show to get here in a second tonight, some 8 with many it looks like it was a mini cooper, right well, the kind that up looking well and at the end, but yeah it was turns out the victim only suffered a few cuts and bruises to his head and hands. he's now recovering at home. that is an incredible accident to walk away from that just all right as we head to break, here's a quick live look outside we've got the csf just go international airport camera will be back with more news weather and traffic updates in just a moment.
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old major billwife says if the sentimental things that counts it's why he called on a stockton community to send him a few valentine's day cards for his scrapbook collection little did he know thank you notes would come from across thcountry and far beyond more than 300,000 handwritten messages and counting it is amazing from all 50 states and dozens of countries is something that is hard for me to believe his daughter mary houston says they've been busy sorting through every box and reading every card very much surprised. this is not what we expected very honored very nored and so appreciative to everyone for. >>everything that they have. have sent among the many letters major weight received one letter from the commandant
of the marine corps. another from the us secretary of defense and even from the president of the united states. >>it represents the great honor that we feel being able to come here and visit you and honor you for your great form standing for the we're standing for you right now serve so i salute u i think >>thoughtful tributes ones intended for a scrapbook taking on a new meaning truly an hor to summing up the the one united states are all ah. >>how can you make a scrapbook now with 300,000 valentine is going to leave also hear a lot by the way he is asking that
you pay it forward if you'd like to share your appreciaon to all the men and women in uniform on this valentine's day when welook at the weather. good weather today. mother nature, not give us any rainfall now this is like that one day we're okay guess we'll take the no could you don't want that out there for valentine's nice one ahead of us we've got sunshine expected this afternoon this morning though there's definitely some cloud cover hanging out it's sitting higher that cloud level is higher than it was yesterday so you still got a clear view from the east down into berkeley and eventually out towards the coast and really no foggy impact this morning so we're good to go as far as you're driving to work goes not really dealing with any fog. >>skies do generally clear into the afternoon and a lot quicker than yesterday's that day so do expect sunshine a little bit sooner as well that we do still have a pretty strong wind pushing in from the ocean on into the base of this is going to keep us pretty mild across the bay area toy you're going to see
this afternoon me tomorrow a little less cloud cover during your morning hours and this allows temperatures to climb sooner in the day thus tomorrow will be the warmest day of the weekend sunday as opposed to tomorrow's warmer weather a little coler again as a cold front pushes through from the north resulting in a breezy one, but still a dry one to close out the weekend on sunday. your highs in san francisco today, mostly staying in the 50's financial district will barely rise to the 60's. daly city 58 elder not and happened they are keeping the 60's around burlingame up to brisbane though only upper 50's today that'scooler than yesterday was i'd say even into the afternoon today if you're getting out there with your loved one make sure to bring the sweater the light jacket as daytime highs will be the coolest of the week, daytime highs in the east bay still hoing on the low to mid 60's with 62 for the high in berkeley oakland, san leandro in castro valley in the meantime at 61 each while some mid 60's to low 60's. across
the north bay looking at tomorrow daytime highs at their warmest again saturday is your warmest day of the weekend lots of sunshine early on in the day too. now sunday breezy as that cold front pushes through just not packing enough energy to bring any chance of rain for us and next week you see sunny and dry conditions well through president's day on through the end of the week robbed all right. thank you let's check in on that valentine's day commute if you're heading to work maybe some of you. >>tookthe day off so you can celebrate or do something special problems here across the golden gate we're fine into and out of san francisco 19 minutes that's pretty quick novato to the toll plaza, here's the bay bridge and not much of a backup not yet maybe a little t later that usually happens on friday, the commute starts a lot later here at the toll plaza, so right now it's 9 minutes, a you can pack up and roll out early traffic tracker does not have any hot spots are looking good 5.80 livermore to dublin, dublin to fremont is nice at south 6.80 than nimitz trouble
free up to 37 right on time 7 minutes milpitas to sunny val daria thanks lus check. this out robin. a flying car yeah, it looks like that ds roundabout was more like a ramp. >>the amazing ing is a believe that this month that the cars go about a 100 miles an hour. when this happened in long beach. they're just from the debris flying look at that car on the right damage. it pened in that's what happened to the car after one flying and then landed. and the woman, i was the one behind the wheel. she was able to walk away from thatcrash. >>everybody was in a sound sleep in this neighborhood and it was like a massive explosion. and all of a sudden we everybody's up and you can see that the boulders in the middle of the and the whole ighborhoods out in the young woman that hit this white car. she was just got out of the car like nothing happened. and police think that she was dnk driving drunk
yesterday so i wouldn't anticipate th travel impacts you did have yesterday which as you remember we're talking delays around 40 minutes through much of the morning yesterday. valentine's day if you're staying here in town looking pretty good now we do have some cloud cover this morning but skies to clear into the afternoon today with some 50's and 60's making for a mild one as you step outside back to you. >>today's box office report brought to you by the new luxury loges at century san francisco center. well the combination of valentine's day and president's day weekend could an more people are headed to the theaters. we've got vid daniel with a priew of 4 new movies. you can choose from. sonic the hedgehog finally speeds on to the g screen after iticism of the title characters original degn prompted a do over >>the family adventure based on the popular video me should easilypass birdsof prey for the top spot. analysts expected to make 40
to $50 million ov the four-day weekend county time. 2 other new films will duke it out with birds of prey for second place blood houses fantasy island puts a horrr stand on the 70's tv show about the daers of wish lfillment it's loing at a four-day debut were 13 to 15 million or michael blocked. >>story about a mom. the photograph is also aiming for e silver medal,these and the keith stanfield star in the romantic drama which box office watchers estimate could draw 12 to million or more in ticket sales over 4 days. >>ski the beast after be that challenges. >>finally julia louis dreyfus downhill based on a claim swedish film. >>the dark comedy about a family on a s vacation is looking at a four-day opening weekend worth $4 million in
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>>and thanks for joining on a friday, valentine's day i'm darya folsom and i'm james fletcher hopefully have you found times day plans all locked in ready to go because now it's a little reservation anywhere, you know. we'll talk more about that valentine's day, the news weather traffic to will start off the hour looking at that hopefully people are behaving on the spout i'm saying they are indeed i thing some of them took the day off it's light and quiet no hot spots and no delays at the bay bridge toll plaza so it's the sun today, yeah we get it sooner than yesterday yesterday it's kind of a great white it was the gray before valentine's day i guess, but now we've got the brightness back you are seeing some cloud cover out there for sure, but it's sitting higher than it was yesterday's you not really encountering much potential of fog this morning.